[ dy-fee ]
/ düˈfi /
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Ra·oul [ra-ool], /raˈul/, 1877–1953, French painter, lithographer, and decorator.
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What the Nazis did not care for was largely contemporary and abstract art, the likes of Chagall and Dufy and Klee, to name a few.Nazi Art Hoard Just the Tip of the Iceberg for Lost Art|Noah Charney|November 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Dufy has a formula for making pictures; he has a clich for a tree, a house, a chimney, even for the smoke coming out of a chimney.Since Czanne|Clive Bell
British Dictionary definitions for Dufy
/ (French dyfi) /
Raoul (raul). 1877–1953, French painter and designer whose style is characterized by swift calligraphic draughtsmanship and bright colouring
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